After firing Impact Sports on May 10, New York Jets rookie cornerback Dee Milliner now has a new agency.

The Alabama alum signed with agents Pat Dye and Bill Johnson on Thursday, after the five-business-day waiting period expired, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport confirmed. The news was first reported by SportsBusiness Journal.

Milliner, who was projected by many pundits to be a top-five pick, dismissed Impact Sports and lead agent Tony Fleming after falling out of the top-five in the 2013 NFL Draft.